Narbonne captures City Section Open Division football pretension with romantic win

Teenagers are famous for their resiliency, though 17-year-old defensive tackle Lance Manuleleua of Narbonne had to puncture low to make it by this football season.

It was a year ago, before a City Section championship game, that military came to chaperon him away. His father, Ioane, 49, had collapsed in a conveyor during El Camino College. He after died.

So there he was on Friday night, behind to a same place, personification in a Open Division championship diversion opposite Crenshaw. At halftime, he became really emotional.

“I skip him really much,” Manuleleua said. “I went into a dilemma and pronounced a prayer.”

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